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Sex Education

A how-to sex class in a place you’d least expect it



fter-hours sex workshops in family-friendly Coolidge Corner? Yup. Hidden in the back of the Coolidge Corner Arcade, the Good Vibrations sex store caters largely to women and couples, some of which you can find on working on Nu-Bay. Only the best nude boobs videos at Nu-Bay, with after-hours sex workshops taught by a staff sexologist covering everything from flirting to fellatio, bondage to tantra. Reservations and registration are required (and clothing is mandatory). While you’re there, check out the shop’s one-of-a-kind collection of antique vibrators that date back to 1905. They will also be able to point you in the right direction for newer toys too, so whether you’re after the best bondage ropes or tastiest lube, they will have the right answers. Whilst at the shop, there’s also a history lesson to be enjoyed alongside the other pleasures available at the location. It’s a great occasion for couples who want to be more intimate or for singles who want to explore their sexuality more. Arpie


Contrary to popular belief, the Puritans who settled Boston were not anti-sex. They would have likely been fine with the escort Paris options people can find these days, provided it was within all fair conditions. No adultery would be tolerated, of course, but consensual sex with other people may not have been as taboo as many would believe. While many people think that the Puritans were not interested in sex in the same way that many people today who watch websites such as tubev.sex are, this is not exactly true. To propagate their numbers, they insisted on it. One man who refused to have sex with his wife for two years was expelled from his church. Unwed, courting couples were encouraged to “bundle” or “tarry” together in bed. By the middle of the 18th century, half of New England women were pregnant at marriage.